Get Your Free Signed Copy of Teaching Off The Beaten Path Today

The University of Arkansas Bookstore and the Sam Walton College of Business would like to invite you to the Bookstore Café for a special book-signing event from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 17.

During this event you will receive a free copy of Teaching Off The Beaten Path while supplies last. Editor Rebecca Miles and other contributing authors will be available to sign books and talk to the audience.

Teaching Off The Beaten Path is an anthology of reflections and essays by faculty at the University of Arkansas; each describes some aspect of classroom experience, providing inspiration and insight for colleagues as well as students. The anthology is written by and for those who love to teach.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information please visit http://uofastore.com/generalbook/#event

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BJ Elkins, marketing manager
U of A Bookstore
479-575-5491, belkins@uark.edu


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